Chuka Emezue is an Evidence Synthesis Consultant leading the Rapid Evidence Assessment on the Impact of Educational Policies and Programmes on Child Work and Child Labour in Low-and-Middle-Income Countries. Before joining the Office of Research - Innocenti, Chuka worked on several research initiatives to reduce violence against women, community violence, and dating violence among adolescents and young adults. His current research interests include developing and deploying technology-based psychobehavioral interventions to reduce co-occurring partner violence, relapse to substance use, and treatment disparities in rural, immigrant, and high-risk justice-involved settings. Chuka’s work incorporates a wide range of quantitative and qualitative research methods, including secondary data analysis (meta-analysis, systematic and scoping reviews), applied qualitative research (using descriptive, narrative, discourse, and interpretive methods), and user-centered design for digital interventions. Chuka holds a Ph.D. in Nursing & Healthcare Innovation, a master’s degree in public health, and a master’s in public affairs from the University of Missouri-Columbia.